Mack Reynolds was a well known American sci-fi writer during the mid-20th century. Many of his works are still read today.
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Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds (November 11, 1917 - January 30, 1983) was an American science fiction writer. His pen names included Clark Collins, Mark Mallory, Guy McCord, Dallas Ross and Maxine Reynolds. Many of his stories were published in Galaxy Magazine and Worlds of If Magazine. He was extremely popular in the 1960s, yet the majority of his work subsequently went out of print. Reynolds was an active and unabashed supporter of the Socialist Labor Party. Consequently, many of his stories have a reformist theme, and almost all of his novels explore economic issues to some degree. Most of Reynolds' stories took place in Utopian societies, many of which fulfilled L. L. Zamenhof's dream of Esperanto used worldwide as a universal second language. His novels predicted many things which have come to pass, including pocket computers and a global internet with knowledge available to all at one's fingertips. His other books include Freedom (1961), Adaptation (1960), I'm a Stranger Here Myself (1960), Medal of Honor (1960), Mercenary (1962), Gun for Hire (1960), Combat (1960), The Common Man (1963), Unborn Tomorrow (1959), and Frigid Fracas (1963)
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